The Good Wife Reviews
The Good Wife entered the grand jury room this week, as we learned the fate of Wendy Scott Carr's case against Will. Eli, meanwhile, enjoyed a round of fishing with Stacie Hall.
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The Good Wife Review: Currencies, Commodities and Confusion
A lot of technical jargon and a predictable ending bogged down this episode of The Good Wife. But at least there was major movement in the case against Will.
The Good Wife Review: They Got Served
The Good Wife got right down to business on the first new episode of 2012. It delivered a compelling case and an interesting, tight narrative.
The Good Wife Review: Face-Branching Out
Alicia asa law firm partner? That possibility was teased on The Good Wife, which ended 2011 by planting many seeds for 2012.
The Good Wife Review: Not So Graceful
Alicia was forced to re-evaluate her life this week, after Grace went missing for a couple hours. Read this review of The Good Wife to learn how that impacted her relationship with Will.
The Good Wife Review: Welcome to Bizarro World
Characters on The Good Wife dealt with new situations and new foes on "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot." Also, Diane was awesome.
The Good Wife Review: Blowing an Election
Alicia questioned her belief system on The Good Wife this week, while Cary and Kalinda took a new step in their relationship. But was it a positive one?
The Good Wife Review: Who's Poking the Bear?
On The Good Wife, Alicia goes up against the U.S. government to protect her client and Peter digs up dirt on Will. How far is Peter willing to go to take down his romantic and professional rival?
The Good Wife Review: Red Cups Runneth Over
An underwhelming episode of The Good Wife introduced us to Eli's ex-wife. And her unusual dating history.
The Good Wife Review: Martha, Martha, Martha!
The Good Wife brought back Colin Sweeney this week. It also opened Alicia's eyes to a new side to Will, while teased a keynote address by Peter at the DNC.
The Good Wife Review: Swinging for the Fences, Alicia
The Good Wife set the stage for what's to come this week, featuring Lisa Edelstein once again and focusing on the workings of Lockhart/Gardner.